Hog Bay Park, Bermuda
Hog Bay Park is one of Bermuda's few remaining spaces largely left untouched. It is really something unique. It gives you a sense of what Bermuda was like hundreds of years ago.
This image shows the cedar skeletons which were killed by an island wide insect in the late '40s early '50s. It is estimated 95% of the cedar population died during those years. The Bermuda cedar tree used to be the dominant tree on the island. You can still see the grey/silver skeletal remains scattered throughout the island to this day.
This is a stitched panorama consisting of several images, creating one seamless image showing 180+ degrees of view.
Canon EOS 5D Mark II
Canon EF 24-70mm f/2.8L USM
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